I have a strange bug in a workflow.
The workflow processes an item and there is a step where I can modify it and then click on 'Done'.
This should just save the item and move it to success step and it does. But then, a few seconds later it appears in the fixit. The fixit step is not configured in any way in the workflow and the item should never enter that step. How is it possible for the item, after being process successfully, to appear in that step.
Han van den Heuvel
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3 replies Latest Post - 2012-11-21T00:23:37Z by KaranBal
Pinned topic Item going from success into fixit, but should never happen
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Updated on 2012-11-21T00:23:37Z at 2012-11-21T00:23:37Z by KaranBal
Re: Item going from success into fixit, but should never happen2012-10-11T12:20:57Z in response to SystemAdminHi,
it is a special build-in step like SUCCESS and INITIAL. If some issue happens during Check-In, for example, an item is transfered into Fixit step. Check logs, the item unique constrains and etc
Re: Item going from success into fixit, but should never happen2012-11-12T14:14:53Z in response to SystemAdminAfter long debugging we were able to figure out what was wrong. Still the question remains why no exception was thrown. A recursive relationship lookup went wrong on like the 3rd item since some value was not correctly set.
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Re: Item going from success into fixit, but should never happen2012-11-21T00:23:37Z in response to SystemAdminIf the error i.e. recursive lookup requirement was a part of your custom script, then it is not necessary that an error will be thrown. If an attribute has a value which isn't allowed, then an error will be thrown in the UI e.g. float value when the type of attribute was integer or a required attribute not filled. If instead, the error occurred in post save or post processing, then often the item ends up in the fixit step.
You may check the $TOP/logs for an error entry.